Laboratory Testing
laboratory_instrumentDue to the fact that Lyme Disease and co-infections are difficult to diagnose and the resulting systemic inflammation can affect many tissues and organs, we offer conventional laboratory testing through both Quest and Labcorp, as well as specialty laboratory testing. The following is a list of highly reputable specialty labs that you can request as a patient to have done to aid us in an accurate diagnosis of your condition:
Cyrex lab Analysis of functional immunology and autoimmunity
DNA Connexions Urine PCR analysis for Lyme and co-infections
Dunwoody Lab Testing for oxidative stress
Fry Laboratories Evaluation of biofilm presence, Hemobartonella and Protomyxzoa
Genova Diagnostic Comprehensive Stool Test, Amino Acid analysis, Bacterial overgrowth of the small intestine, Bone resorption assessment, cardiovascular health, fatty acid profiles, lipid peroxide profiles, and urine neopterin and biopterin profile
science-lab-equipment-namesIgenex Testing for Lyme Disease and co-infections
Meridian Valley Lab Urine analysis of hormones
Neuroscience Urine analysis of neurotransmitters
Realtime lab Urine PCR analysis of mycotoxins
Spectracell Analysis of micronutrients and Lipid Lipoproteins
ZRT lab Diurnal salivary cortisol levels
Additionally, imaging tests can be done including X-rays, CAT scans, MRI’s, and SPECT scans with state of the art imaging facilities.
Please understand that these diagnostic tests are simply tools to help us help you, and are in no way required.